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Find My Mac - Chameleon r2170


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Adam1203

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Now that Chameleon is handling the nvram injection to resolve the iMessage issue, it seems that Find My Mac no longer stays enabled after a reboot.

I was previously using the work around outlined here: http://www.insanelym...ery-hd-updated/

But that is no longer a valid work around with the new Chameleon.

Does anyone have a suggestion on how to keep FMM enabled after a reboot?

Thanks!

Adam

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Checked my FMM after this post.
Had it set up and all. Now it has been disabled, stating i need a restore partition.

I don't need a fix, but thought i'd share this.

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I looked and it seems like the FMM token is changing after a reboot... weird.

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Please update to r2176, this should fix the issue.





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